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}i = , ........... ....... .......... ............... ." upper C0hmbia &apos;l F| Academy Enrolls : 300 Studenls An enrllnlent of almost 300 high school students at Upper Co,lumbia Academy at Spangle was reported by Supt. C. A. Renschler. TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. BUY NOW more double entry homes by Bob Wilson Homes Inc. for you. Let us slow you thee fine homes. ACREAGE listed approx, 1 Acre very nice 2 bedroom home electric heat Drilled well, 2 car garage and storage See this now it won't last. Full price $9850.00, dn. $1,000.00 Balance $85.00 per me. APPROX 5 ACRES home, electric heat, garage and s,hop area, system and water rights. This acreage will run hed of beef plus hay and nice garden spot. Full $8950.00 only $1250.00 down, balance easy terms. CALL FOR INFORMATION ade older homes ,on new. We have building sites, easton building, FHA and Conventi,ontal fi- a,aihble for building. Call Bill Geschke or Lloyd Ham TRI-STATE REALTY INC. IST CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. SALE NEW HOMES new district, 3 bdrm lg. beautiful kitchen range & dishwasher, 2 dble garage, avail- 1, 2 bdrm. du- all appliances included fire place. Let one your payments. Ren- Property close to Good net return. Widmer Realty 1207 N. Wash. 15th, 1600 square home. Elec. kitchen, range, dish- fireplace, double gar- Ed Doten Real Es- 1st St., Phone 235- al3tf Rand typewrRer, arm 120-bass accor- 235-4966. sl0p E. automatic dryer, )ndition, $37.50. Also washer, $20.00. 235- s10-17 Pilot amph. Oome work, good turn- bookcase, speaker, s10-17 mobile home, one bed- Oall evening, 235-4043 .- sl0tf Commander condition, new KE 5-1391. s10-24p uniform and cces- size 14. 23'5-6809. slTtf 50 x 100, on Vine street. See Chr- lTtf stool fr Barber 2 wffeel taailer, 4 x 8 220 Cocolagl. sl7p Cmlaxie 500---2- 5000 ,miles, Many 235-4013. slTp off stove, used 1 $75.00. Doub;e bar- shotgun $40.00 235- sl7p ,house, see owner 'F'iday, 1003 Second, sl7p tmppie6. Phone WA Spokane. s17 de- ; Zew Sans & Striffe ena stide; Ylrigid- washer; I-Ioov- cleaner. P0none 235- s17 LOST ..... and pipe wrench. Hm'dware. s17, 24-ol WANTED group needs to her- room. Cll 235- 235-4543. s17 Social Security Law Prcvides Additional [00enefits For M00ny Twenty million retired Americans covered hy So,eJal Security will et ,an extra chock sometime during the last half of September. It v:ilJ pay off the 7 per eent retl"O- etive incre,ase in benefits for the months January through The Academy, a community August, 1965. high school accredited with Clayton B Kelsey, county the State of Was,hingto,nJ in [ extension a'ent aid fho 1959 and with the NorLhwest}chees re_rose 22'  ::' . " , ' ' v  at one on Ille :kfiocmtro, of .See onda.ry and Jadd, Aion,al benefits provided ,mgner scnoms m uuz is spn-lb v 1965 amendments *. 4,, sored by the Seventh Day Ad- " - " ..... ven" ...... [ Socml Security law. Other the.relmren an, s ffn:e 9I !amendments may make it pos- . e oaramg :cnoois in  sible for several 'dditional the State ..of Washington. The group s of peotle to shave in other two are located at Au- Social Security benefits, Kel- burn and at Battleground. Only a few students, whose homes ,are close-by, live out. Rev. Renschter, who heds the Theo,ogy department said Bible classes and music are ressed. ta,ch student niu take 10 hours of BiMe study each year along with the re- quired high sch,ool clases, such as English, mathematics, lI:istery, government and sci- ence. The vocational program is also stressed and the school has a small famn, a dairy and a furniture factory where stu- dents may learn a vocation as 'well as pay part of their ex- penises. An opportunity is provided for students to take part in a singing band, Prayer band, semin,ar and missionary volun- teer progressive chases. The first .of three special de- votion weeks, designated in each s:c,h,ool year, will be ob- served with a Bible Crusade beginning toniffht (Friday) at 7:30 in the Cheney American Legion hll. The choral group under the dkreetion .of Lynn WLcltham will present a concert at the "Voice of Youth Crusade" series Friday and Sunday eve. .Hirgs. There is o adnissio. i e SPECIAL FOR REN Will pay a good price for US andCanadian coins. Free ap- 1 bedroom furmshed a., praisal if you do not wish to bedroom furnished apt. sell. 414 First St., Cheney washers and .dryers. Married  jl9tf couples only. 235-6647. 121 5th = a20tf INEXPENSIVE typing paper. 500 sheet 8 x 11 practice Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- typing only 96c at The Free room apartment. Adults Press office: j29tfx only. 235-4017. If no answer, call 235-6585. s3tf SPOTS before your eyes--n your new carpet  remove Three room.s upstairs, furnish- them with Blue Lustre. Rent ed. Married couple or older electric sh,ampoer $1. Holmes [le person. Quiet, reference. H4we. s17 124 2nd, phone 235--6544. s3tf CHILD CARE LET US HELP YOU BUILD A COMPLETE ROOF OF PLANNED PROTECTION 2 bedroom nurnished rood- Experienced child caze. Call ern apt. electric heat $40 2354538. s17 me. See F. M. Watson, Four Lakes, Wash. sl0-30p WORK WANTED Ilousekeepirg work wanted. 3 bedroom ,house, al appli- Full ,or pa time. c/o Free aces, darpeting, fenced yard. $125 too. See John Tar. Press. sl7-p n, 621 Vittard St. 235-6509. slT 3 'be:droon older, close to col- lege and schools 6th at Ce- dar, range, re,frievator $75.00 2354626. s10-24 Unfurnished 2 ,bedroom hmne modern, newly decorated Fish Lake. 2354464. s3-17 "e AUCTION SALES YE OLDE AUCTION Saturday, 7 p. m. Dine'Re sets, bedroom sets, appliances. TV's, heat- ers, O. C. chai's, miscellan- eous bargains galere. Door Prize Drawing 9:30 p. m. 2354516 , WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf CiM care in my tmme, 2% years or over. Mrs. Wad- dirtgton, 235-6294. s10-17 FOR SALE OR TRADE WANTED TO RENT, LEASE OR BORROW About 12 Jennies to haul gold out of Montana claims. Chll Skinny or Tall Timber at 235- 8842. Might reward party with an interest in venture. By n.atuve's kindly disposi- tion most questiors which it is beyond a man's Im,aev to answer do not occur to  at all. MOR Homeowners Insurance Coverage FOR LESS MONEY! CASCADE'S POLICY "'D" SEE US NOWI ED DOTEN AGENCY CHENEY 235-4050 SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A Rubber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press APARTMENTS -- TRADE 19 unit rpartment house, $12,400 scheduled gross. Atl private entrances. Total price $60,000 with $10,000 down or trade for Cheney- MedicM Lake ranch or in come Woperty. Route 4, Bx 161, Spokane Telephone Ill 7-8659 HELP WANTED Waitress wnted Sun4ays and llidays. No phone cal. Apply in person, Mainline, Air- way Heights. s'17 Deply re,irons man for ex- ecutive sales oppounity. For information pone eve- nin'gs after 5. 235-4685. sl7tf sey said. At the request of So- cial Security admimstrators he Slgests tha.t the foil, owing grmlgS clteek with tile neres Social Security office. Self Employed Farmers Self employed farmers  hose grss earning from 'gn- culture are under $2400: Farm- ers in this in,come bracket can now report two-thirds of their grass earnings towa.rd Social Security benefits  instead of , net "caraings as in the past. 72 or Older pelrsons 72 or older not now getting benefits because they or their husbands had not worked under Social Security en,g enough to qualify under previous p.rovisiws of the law. Some persons 72 or over will now qualify #el benefits of $35 a moth with as 1Rtle as STATEMENT OF DEBTS AND Outstanding Jan. l, 1966 1959 Water Improvement 16,000.00 1963 Water/,wer 170,000.00 L I D No. 1 52,000.00 NOTICE OF HEARING BY TOWNCOUNCIL ON 1966 BUDGET FOR THE TOWN OF MEDICAL LAKE NOTICE IS HERFI,Y GIVEN that the Town Council of the Town of Medical Lke has adopted the preliminary budget of the Town of Medical Lake for tLe year 1966. in the total amcfant of $204.488.00 and has placed on file with the Town Clerk copies thereof, a copy of vhieh will be furnished to any tax- payer who will call at the office of the Tow Clerk. NOTICE is further given that the said Town Council will bold a sp(wial meeting for tim purpose of considering the said Preiiminry Budget and all Ether matters in eonnectio therewith, and for the further purpose of the final adoption ther,)f, ,which meeting will be held in the Town Council Cham- l,el in the Town Hall Building, Medical I,ake, Washing,,'ton, at 8:00 p. m. on the day of October 4, 1965, and said moeti)! may be continued from day to day as by law provided. E. A. BREWER, JR.. Clerk-Treasurer Tnvn of Medical Lake PLANS FOR RETIREMENT To be issued To be Outstanding ir 1966 redeent end of 1966 in 1966 0 8,000.00 8,000.00 It 720.00 0 0 170,000.00 Int 7,000.00 0 5,800.00 46,200.00 Int 2,600.00 ESTIMATED RECEIPTS FROM STATE ALLOCATIONS FOR 1966. (Figures taken from "Budget Suggestions for 1966" Bulletin from Aoeiation of Washing- ion Cities.) Liquor Revenue $ 5.1217 x 3500 $17,925.95 Motor Vehicle Exc.i,,ue 2.9404 x 3500 10,291.40 Gasolire Tax 4.3903 x 3500 15,366.05 Liquor Excise Tax 1.9460 x 3500 6,811.00 Arterial Street Tax 3.0147 x 3500 10,551.45 Per Capita $17.4131 x 3500 $60,945.85 State Allocations for 1966: Current E-xpense Fund $35,0,38.35 City Street Fund 15,366.05 Arterial Street 10,551.45 $60,945.85 To Current Expense To Current Expense To City Street Fund To Current Expense To Arterial Streets Aessed valuation of the Town of Medical Estimated Cash on Hand -- 1/1/1966 Add - Revenue Receipts and Taxes SUB TOTAL Less -- Budgeted Expenditures Esttimated Cash Balance -- 12/31/1966 TOWN OF MEDICAL LAKE PRE- LIMINARY BUDGET FOR 1966 CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Estimated Revenues I. Taxes a. General Property Taxes $10,773.00 2. Licenses and permits a. Dog tas 200.00 b. Bldg. amt moving permits 300.00 3. Fines, forfeitures and penalties a. Fines & forteiturea 1,000.00 4. Revenue from money and property a .Hall rentals 100.00 b. Iterest earned (irwestments) 000.00 5. Revenue from other agencies a. Motor vehicle excise tax 10.300.00 Lake for the year 1966 $24,100.00 53,823.00 $722,000.00 III. Capital Outlay 1. New Equipment WATER-SEWER FUND Estimated Revenues $77,923.00 77,923.00 $ 00.00 2,000.00 $2,625.00 1. Revenues frem money and property a. Hydrator retal (cur. exp.) $5,200.00 2. Revenue from other aencies a. Connection fees (water) 200.00 b. Connection fees (sewer) 3. Charges for currert ervices a. Waer receipts 15,000.00 b. Sewer service charges 15,000.00 4. Other Revermes . Cash a. Cash on hand 10,000.00 b. Liquor board apport. 18,000.00 ! e. Liquor excise tax 6,750.00 6. Other revenues a Miscellaneous 300.00 7. Cash . Cash on hsnd and invest- mends 24,100.00 . Trarsfers a. Police car reserves' 2,000.00 b. Radio & Radar equip. 1,000.00 c. Fire truck and equip- merrt reserve 2,500.00 $77,923.00 CLERK-TREASURER DEPT. I. Salaries and wages 1. Clerk-treurer $5,400.00 2. Extra office help 2,400.00 iI. Maintenance & Operation 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security 350.00 2. Contrctural Services a. Phone 230.00 b. Postage, etc. 250.00 e. Trea.marer's bond 50.00 3. Material and Supplies a. Office suppliees '200.00 4. Other Expenses a. A.O.W.C, Dues 250.00 b. Travel 150.00 9,280.00 Attorney's Department I. Salaries and Wages 1. Attorney II. Maintenance ond Operatior 1. Employee berefits a. Seeioial Security 1,800.00 75.00 1,875.00 General Government I. Salaries and Wages 1. Mayor 72.00 2. Council 792.00 3. Custodia 600.00 4, Police Judge 480.00 5 Building Inspector 276.00 II. Maintenance & Operatlon 1. lnp!oyee Renefitts a. Soelal Security 58.00 2 Contracturl Services a. Audits 400.00 b. Insurance 2,000.00 c. Hydrant Rental 5,200.00 d. Planning Commission 100.00 e. Bldg. lights and heat 2,100.00 f. Codify Ordinance Uook 3,000.00 g. Police judge bonl 10.00 h, Election expense 300.00 3. Materials and Supplies a. Office supplies and misc. 500.00 4 Other Expenses a. Bldg. maintenance arm and repairs 1,500.00 b. Legal Expenses 2,000.00i IIL OAPITAL OUTLAY 1. To Srreet Fund 17,000.00 $36,388.00 POLICE DEPARTMENT I. Salaries and Wages 1. Chief 5,220.00 2. Deputiy 4,800.00 3. Relief patrol 3,920.00 II. Maintenance & Operations 1. Employee Benefits a. Social Security 575.00 b. Irlustrial Insurance 75.00 2. Contractural Services a. Phone 300,00 3. MatertaIs& Supplies Office Supplies 200.00 b.Pollce ear parts & repairs 1,000.00 c. Police car gas, oil grease, etc. 1,000.00 4. Other Expenses a. Police officer's borls 30.00 b. Miscellaneous 400.00 III: Capittal Outlay 1. Police car reserve 2,00000 2. Radio parts & replace. 250.00 3, Radar equipment 750.00 $20,58b.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT I Salartees and Wages 1. Chief 640.00 2 Assist. chieef 300.00 II. Maintenance & Operations 1. F, mployee Benefits a. Social Securitty 75.00 2. Contraetural Services a. Phone 175.00 b. Ltght and heat 225.00 c. Alarm System 1,800.00 3, Material an Supplies a. Gas, oil, grease, etc. 400.00 b. Miscellaneous tools 60.00 4. Other Expenses a. Association Dues I00.00 b. Travel and Miscl. tl000.00 nI. CAPITAL OUTLAY "" " 1. Fire Truck reserve 2,000.00 2, Equipment reserve 600.00 $7,175.00 PARK & RECREATION DEPT. I. Salarles and Wages 1. Park Custodir= 600.00 II. Mntenance & Operatiox 1. Employee Benefits a. Soclal Seeurttty 25.00 $45.400.90 Estimated Expenditare I. Salaries and Wages 1. Superintendent 5,400.00 2. Extra labor 1,000.00 II Maintenance and Operatior) 1. Employee benefits a, Social security. )25.00 b. Industrial insurance 4000 2. Material and supplies a. Office supplies 1,000.00 3. Other Exper, ses a. Water purchase (state) 3,000.00 b. Lights and power 300.00 c. State excise & sales tax 750.00 d. Water mai extensions etc. 2,565.00 III Captal Outlay I, Machinery & equipmer*t 12,000.00 IV. Interest and Debt Redemption 1. 1959 Water Improvemen,t a. Principal 8,000.00 b. Interest 720.00 2. 1963 wearer-Sower Bond Redemptio a. Principal b. Interest 7,000.00 3 1968 Water-Sewer Bond rve L Principal 2,400.00 . Interest 4. L.I.D. No. 1 Guaranty Fund a. Principal 1,000.00 b. Iterest $45,400.00 CITY STREET FUND Estimated Revenues 1. Tv=xes a. Gasoline Taxes $15,400.00 2. Revenues from other Agencies a. Miscellaneous 70,00 3. Other Revenues a. From Current Expense Fund 17,000.00 4. Cash a. Cash on Hand ar=d Investments 18,300.00 $50,r/70.00 Estimated Expenditures Objective Budaet . Salaries and Wages . Superintendent $ 5,580.00 2. Extra Labor 4,520.00 I Maintenar, ce and Operations . Employee Benefits . Social Security 420.00 Industrial Insurance 50.00 2 Contractural Services . Street Lighting 5,000.00 ,. Material and Supplies a. Gas, oil, grease, misc 1,500.00 b. Insurance 900.00 c. General Maint. of Streets 3,000.00 d. Equipment Repairs 3,000.00 III Capital Outlay 1. Other Structures and Improvements . Arterial Street Fund 7.60000 (25% matching) D. Miscellane(ma Construction 4,000.00 c Street Garage Building 5,800.00 2. Machinery and quipmet a. Street Equipment Reserve 5,000.00 b. Street and Shop Equipment 4,500.00 $50,770.00 Estimated Expenditures Functional Budget I Oonstruction 1 Engir, eersing $ 1,50000 2. Roads and Bridges 2,500.00 II Maintenance and Operation 1. Physical Maintenance . Roads and Bridges 7,170.00 Traffic Services a Snow and Ice Removal 3,225.00 ei Street Lighting 5,000.00 & Traffic Control 2,55000 ---. 3. Department Equipmer=t . Street Equipment 5,000.00 Shop Equipment 4,500.00 c. Street Garage Building 5,800.00 4. Overhead a Miscellaneous 3,720.00 5. Capital Outlay a. Arterial Street Fund 7,500.00 (25% matchir') $G0,77000 ARTERIAL STREET FUND Eestimated Revenues 1. From State $10,550.00 (1/ Gasoline Tax) 2. From Street Fund 7,500.00 (25% matching) 3, (ash o IIand & Investments 18,140.00 $36,190.00 Estimated Expenditures 1. Matrtenance and Operatlons a. Contractural Services I. Storm Drains $ 1,500.00 2. Gradfng, Draimge 2.190.00 3. Paving 25,000.00 4, Repairing and Resurfacing 7,500.00 $36,190.00 (Sept. 1%24) Friday, September 17, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 three-qua'ters of coverage un- der Social Security. Ben edits may also be payable to the wife or widow of such persons. Widows 60 or 61 Widows age 60 or 61. Be- girming Se. 1, widows can zmw choose o have their cash benefits s,tart rat age 60 instead of age 62, but at a reduced rate. Appli.cati,n for ttis pur- pose may be filed immediately. Students 17 to 22 Students 18 to 22 years  age whose Scial Secm-ity ben- eGts have been top,pe,d: also 0tlmrs nearing a,ge 18 who plan to coninue in seldoM. Benefits can be pid---bavk to Jan. 1965---to tlose who al. ready have been dropped fvvm the rolls, but ONLY up<m ap- plication at the Social Secm-ity district office. Those nearing e 18, and pl,anning to stay in sch<l or return  sch,ol should ao visit a Social Security trict office. That's to provide i, nffor- mation about their schooling which is necessary if benefits are to be paid after age 18. Additional Benefits Additional be,nefits o.vid- e,d under 1965 Sect,a1 Security Amendments. Severly disabled workers: Disabled workers may m)w col- lect disability insurance bene- fits if disability has hsge,d, or is expected to last, for 12 ful mongls. UnLil n.,ow, they culd not collect disability inur- a:ne benefits unless their dis- .'ability was expected to con- tinue for a long rd indefinite period f time, or else cause death. The SociM Security Admin- istration pans to search Rs records and got in touch with those who pplied for, but ere den,led, disability insur- ance benefits during the pat year because they were ex- pected to recover. Others who think they may qualify under this change in the law should ask a, bou get- Ung benefits at the nearest Social Security ofice. Widovs pst 60 Mm ,have reanarried, and women 62 or over who were divvreed after at }ea 20 years of marriage: Thee are new provisions cov. erig women in tese catew0v- ies. They Should inquire at the So, at Security offioe about poiMe benefits. AFECO eLIFECO GENERAL INSURANCE Home c,/,cP Seat"e Wsh,gton Victor Wilson Agency " Whore !1 l':'f'invrle fits togsthsr-- for broad oslsgs st lower cost] Let us thank God for these trying days. It gives us an op- portunity to show we are men. J office ,,,...+.home BOSTITCH B12 Desk Stapler for fastening correspondence seating bags and wrappings, tacking notices fou'll find many uses for thi handsome, color.styled sta- pler. Powerful, deep-throat stapling action drives and clinches staples in up to 32 sheets of 16-pound bond. Uses standard staples. Ad- justable clincher for perma. aent or temporary c]inch. Chenev Free Press let's have a Tune up your voice, gather up the snacks and pick up some Olympia. One good taste deserves another And Olympia goes so well with Sing Along food and funl "Its the I00ateF WOO'S SAHARA Restaurant AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WASH. Woo's Special Suggestion Chicken Chow Mein ............. ,$1.60 Egg Foo Young, Sweet & Sour Spareribs, Fried Rice Try our famous... Bar-B-Q Duck with Shrimp Noodle (after 4 p. m. every day) Boneless Almond Fried Chicken .... $1.55 HOURS 11:30 A. M. TO 11:45 P. M. EXCEPT SATURDAY, 4 P' M. TO 1 A. M. COUPON Take out orders 10% off oft all Ohine Foods with this coupon. WOO'S RESTAURANT Y. D. WOO CH4-9853  Airway Heights, Wash,